Big Cocks and Shamrocks Giveaway Blog Hop

 

Yep, you read that right. And I promise, no puny surprises. Everything is big on this Hop! The Grand Prize is a HUGE Amazon Card, plus lots and lots of swag and books!!!

We know how the discussion in polite circles goes: Size doesn’t matter. Let’s talk about the literary world, exclusively. Does the package size of a character matter? When you’re reading a hot and heavy scene with a gorgeous man, do you think about his size? When an author takes care to mention dimension, does it blow your wad or distract your attention from he’s doing with it? And what about ladies in fiction?  Their bits are always tiny, tight, and all words pointing to whatever will emphasize the largess of anything that penetrates them.  Do you pay as much attention to the size of your girls’ girls as you do the manhood of your masculine heroes ?

I’m curious.  I did a brief poll on this on my Facebook page, and readers ranged widely on how they like the naughties referenced in their erotica. If size isn’t mentioned at all, do you fill it in? And if so, are your custom bits tailored to the character at present, or do you tent to tack on the same… tackle for every character that enthralls you?

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20 thoughts on “Big Cocks and Shamrocks Giveaway Blog Hop

  1. I tend to visualize if their bits are not mentioned.
    Thanks for being part of the giveaway.
    skpetal at hotmail dot com

  2. Isn’t ever romance character well-endowed? I mean I don’t see a point in mentioning it! 😉

    Happy St. Patrick’s Day!!

    mmbrack at earthlink dot net

    1. I can honestly say I’ve never read of a mediocre male character. Either they were endowed, or it wasn’t mentioned at all, which I think means the same thing =)
      Thanks for stopping by WakeAngel!

  3. I like to hear about the size of bits but if not, my mind can be very creative;)

    books4me67 at ymail dot com

  4. I really like it when skillful authors provide how each character experiences the bits of the other. Or others. Someone might enjoy how tight, large, juicy, his or her partner is. Or partners. That makes a sex scene hotter than an objective description of size, etc. Great question–thanks for joining the hop!
    Urb
    brendurbanist at gmail dot com

  5. Never really thought about it, I’m so used to every character being big that I guess I just fill in the blanks if it’s not mentioned!

    staceyprice(AT)gmail.com

  6. I like sometimes when the author fills in the details…here at home I have one size so being able to picture something different in what I am reading broadens my horizons…lol thanks for the giveaway
    rilekat2 at gmail dot com

  7. I forgot…..I just assume that the important parts are of substantial size.
    jaimela77 at gmail dot com

  8. Hmmm…..if the scene is well written, & not trashy, yes, I like to read about size. But most times, it not the size that matters its what they do with it. Thanks for being part of this hop!

    JessieL62(at)comcast(dot)net

  9. I think they’ve only ever been well endowed or they didnt bother mentioning that which in that case I imagine that their big! 😉
    -Amber
    goodblinknpark(AT)yahoo(DOT)com

  10. If it’s erotic or romance, I always assume big. I love how naughty this hop sounds and it just so happens that I am a BIG fan of both those things. As for St. Patty’s Day, I spent the day working and the evening partying. I went to visit my best friend and we went to two Irish Pubs as well as an assortment of other places. We danced and flirted and sported green. We even got hit on my two cops who stopped their cop car just to talk to us. At first, I thought we were in trouble for something but then they said they thought they knew one of us. Well, they didn’t… they just wanted our phone numbers. Cute.
    Thanks for the giveaway! And, I hope you had a very happy St. Patrick’s Day!

    mestith at gmail dot com

  11. I always to hear about his size, but I hate if they keep mentioning it over and over.

    Morganlafey86(at)aol(dot)com

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